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WTTG
Nov 24, 2009 5:00pm EST
sister-in-law jami, my brother john, and my sister-in-law lisa. john: good to have you back again. today, they're challenged by the gingras family. gingras family. >> gingras, yes. john: all right, michelle, it's nice to have you with us. introduce me here to your very attractive family here. >> this is my husband, chris, my brother-in-law brian, my sister-in-law erica, and my sister-in-law april. john: and nice to have you with us. good luck to you. are you ready to play the "feud"? chris and michelle, join me. [cheers] john: all righty. good luck to you. you know the way this game is played. we surveyed 100 people, the top six answers are on the board. what would you do if you noticed your boss forgot to zip up his fly? [laughter] john: chris. >> tell him. john: tell him. just tell him. tell him right out. that's the number one answer. [cheers] john: pass or play? >> we're going to play. john: all right. >> we're going to play. john: michelle, head on back there. all right. all right. one of the most awkward situations there is in an office situation. your boss forgets to zip up his fl
WTTG
Nov 3, 2009 7:00am EST
revenue streams during this tough economy and lisa has a degree in early childhood education. we've had success with adult cooking classes but we needed expertise for those whereas with kids cooking classes, you can get by with lisa's expert in early childhood education, they put the class together and offers a great variety of different classes. all of the classes are themes. they're around the holiday, like halloween, thanksgiving or christmas, they will be deered toward those. and so far it's been very successful. we've had all of our classes full and so we're going to expand with that and take it where we can take it. and the kids love it. >> reporter: and the parents love it. because it not omen gauges the kids but its teaching them something valuable they can live in life. >> our mission is to make it easier to sit down together for a meal. and getting the kids involved is another key item in getti your family together around the dinner table. when they can participate or cook the meal for you. we've had kids from classes take their menu home and buy the ingredients and make the e
WTTG
Nov 19, 2009 6:00am EST
-related. it is from lisa in barryville, virginia. she says, i would like it know how much snow it take to equal an inchof rainfall. for example, two inches of rain would be how much snow? we actually got a similar question from another viewer named meg fetting. the general rule of thumb is that generally speaking, an inch of rain would equal 10 inches of snow. so for every tenth of an inch of rain, that would equal an inch of snow. however, that depend on the type of snow really. we have the wet heavy snows. we have the fine, powdery snow. that can throw the numbers off, correct, tucker? radio very wet snow, the ratio can be about six to one or six inches of snow for anen. of rain. a very dry snow across arctic regions, their ratios can get with a up there, 20, 30, 40 inches of snow for an inch of rain. it depends on how dry the atmosphere is. >> that is hy we say generally speaking. >> a good starting point. >> i believe tucker barnes and i did this last year. as long as we're talking about t we might as well talk about when we think we'll see the first snowfall. >> it is that time of season.
WTTG
Nov 10, 2009 5:00pm EST
. she believes it's a wing of the republican national party. >>> inside lisa nowak's latest date with a judge next. >>> plus, have you seen this yet. a woman falls on to the tracks in a crowded metro station. why the driver of this train is being hailed a hero tonight. >>> and saving big might be a click away.  >>> you got to take a look at this. incredible video. a massachusetts woman tried to light a cigarette, lost herbal lanes and fell in front of the train. quick thinking riders and the train operator saved her life and it was caught on camera. >> it really scared me. >> reporter: train operator still can't believe it driving into a crowded north station platform after a friday celtics game let out. a 26-year old cambridge woman begins to stumble and falls into the pit on the tracks missing the 600-vt third rail. frantic riders did everything they could to get the driver's attention. you can see the lights blazed on their faces. people were waving too much and close to the yellow line which they are not supposed to be. that is telling me slow the train do
WTTG
Nov 18, 2009 6:00am EST
- rhetted. it is from lisa marshall. she wants to know why is the area in annapolis or areas near the water warmer than inland. i always thought it was colder. >> you have asked a question that is near and dear to tucker barnes' art. this is something we talk about almost every day as we are putting together the temperatures for the various areas because of the water. here is to answer it is tucker barnes. >> this is a great question and i've got the answer for you. the answer is that, depending on the time -- first, let's start ith there is a great interaction between the atmosphere and the oceans and water. and what happens is there is a lag effect. so water takes longer to either hold cool or warm air in the winter and the opposite happens in the summer. so this time of year, what happens is that the temperature of the water, because we have wed the very warm summer months, there is a lag. the temperatures this time of year are actually warmer than corresponding areas out to the west of the district. in the summertime, the opposite holds true so closer to the water, temperatures are cool
WTTG
Nov 3, 2009 9:00am EST
there. we have a great menu. we did fruit kabobs, our quiche is in the oven. in fact lisa, one of the co- owners, lisa, let's check on it. what does it look like? let's get our pot holder. it's baking about an hour and these are our ham and cheese. >> reporter: do you think those look good? >> yah. >> reporter: and moving on to our blue berry pancakes. those are the favorite. everybody, let's give it up for the pancakes. and here is what we have going down. we got the boy pancakes and the girl pancakes. so we'll call these cute cakes and these cool cakes. and you guys are going to lead the way. so start making those. and as we do those, i want to check in with kay quickly. obviously, this has been very popular. what do you think the kids walk away with when they spend a couple of hours here? >> i think they walk away with a appreciation for the kitchen because they see everything that goes into it, not just the cooking but the cleanup. because in between each activity they have to clean up. >> reporter: i can vouch for that. in between they were cleaning. >> so when the h1n1 scare is on,
WTTG
Nov 9, 2009 9:00am EST
was preparing to leave for afghanistan. >>> turning now to dr. lisa van sustern, a psychiatrist who has been following this case for us. we had you on after it first happened and wanted to invite you back now four days later, can we make any more sense of this and rationalize how someone can do this? >> the sense that we can make of this is as follows, and this is a preliminary investigation, it may be that major hasan was affected about some of his religious views, it may be that he was affected by his opposition to the wars in afghanistan and iraq. but mostly, what we are seeing, is a catastrophic emotional instability that may have occurred as a result of potentially preexisting conditions, but certainly the trauma of listening to others being traumatized over the years. >> there is an extraordinary article, i mentioned that, on time.com and for this man, for psychiatrists and therapists in general. when they hear about the things the returning soldiers are telling them about, it can impact them emotionally. >> tony, you are so right. this is called secondary trauma. listening to stories
WTTG
Nov 6, 2009 7:00am EST
'll talk with psychiatrist lisa van sustern about the case. >> you'll find the latest updates on his ties to our area on our website. >>> next on fox 5 morning news, public opinion of the health care battle comes to lawmakers on capitol hill. >>> plus there may not be enough seasonal flu shots for those that want it. we'll talk with the director of the national institute of allergy and infectious disease after the break. the silver lining to the economy change is that i think we are living a more simple life, a more authentic life. we get our books from the library now. not going to the movies as much. we're not eating out as much. we have to save money where we can. at giant, we know that saving money is important. with holiday rewards, you can now earn points good for up to 20% off a future shopping trip every time you use your card. i'm saving money, and i'm getting something back. and that works for me. [ chanting ] >>> thousands of conservatives rallied yesterday on the lawn in front of the capitol as they heard from lawmakers opposed to the health care reform. the president was due
WTTG
Nov 9, 2009 7:00am EST
psychiatrist lisa van sustern talks about what may have pushed this man over the edge. >>> and our phone bank and web chat active this morning. you have another hour to get in on this. we're here to help you deal with your debt with smarter ways to juggling your credit cards to getting out of debt. call our experts at 202-895- 3307 or log on if you would like to chat at myfoxdc.com. it's right there on the home page. you can get answers straight from the experts. my doctor told me i had to start doing things for my heart, but i wasn't ready to give up taste. sometimes, sacrifice is the name of the game. well i've heard eating whole grain oats can help lower my cholesterol. it's going to be a challenge... sure we want to lower our cholesterol, but let's be real, being healthy is tough yea (announcer) honey nut cheerios cereal tastes great and can help lower cholesterol. bee happy. bee healthy. (announcer) try apple cinnamon cheerios. ked in apple th a daring amount of cinnamon. >>> coming up on 9:00. that will do iforthis hour of fox 5 morning news but we'll turn it over to tony and allison to
WTTG
Nov 11, 2009 9:00am EST
. >>> lisa nowak is free after copping a plea with prosecutors. she attacked colleen shipman. she pled guilty to felony burglary of a car and misdemeanor battery. she was sentenced to one year probation. >>> congress debating whether to force employers to pay for sick leave. the house is considering emergency legislation for sick pay from the swine flu and keeping service industry workers from spreading it to the general public. >>> do bigger hips mean bigger brains? some researchers say yes. they studied 16,000 women girls and found those with curvey figures performed better on cognitive test and so did their children. fat in the hip area is likely to be omega three which can improve the mental ability and those of her child during a pregnancy. >> and i love a smart woman. >>> grab your camera and get ready to strike a pose. holly is live with mored.c. photo week next. >>> and you've seen him on tv and now wale is here in studio with us and he'll talk about his album that just came out yesterday. don't go anywhere. we're coming right back after this. ♪ mmm. oh gosh. oh dear. big deal. you'
WTTG
Nov 24, 2009 10:00pm EST
a cigarette while having a blown tire fixed. doesn't sound like something routine. lisa mcdaniel, saluda, went missing early 2008 while on her daily jog. oh, she fits. that's seven, including kaylee, that makes 8. whoa. they're all incredibly beautiful. almost unnaturally. what are the chances that three out of our seven victims are from the same town? what's the population of saluda? middlesex county is small, but it's near water. a lot of people have boats there and weekend homes. and two from gloucester point. [cell phone beeps] morgan just sent this to me from the robinson house. without right or wrong, how would we recognize perfection? perfection. analytical minds such as ours... 1-1-2-3-5. does that mean something? dr. reid... hey! i know where to find them. yep. we have over 599 doorbusters... throughout the entire store with guaranteed lowest prices. i love you. i love you, too. i get that a lot. this friday, sears has over 599 incredible... black friday now doorbusters, starting at 4am. like jeans for the family just $9.99 from canyon river blues. and take $140 off this 260-piece mec
WTTG
Nov 27, 2009 9:00am EST
toys you need to look out for as you hit the stores. >> in today's holiday survival guide, lisa press looks at what is in demand and how much it will cost. >> reporter: who could forget the obsession over cabbage patch kids. then came the tickle me elmo. and long ago every kid wants atari. now we have the wii generation. if you were lucky you found one on store shelves a few years ago, sohat is the business this holiday season. >> toys "r" us says the show stealer, the one people are lining up for this holiday is a little hamster. >> these are small but big with kids. >> we get 50-100 phone calls a day and they sell fast. >> reporter: they start at 999, without the access sorries. so what does it do? >> it makes sounds, you have the extension packs to buy and a car you can drive in. basically it's like a pet city with the different additions you can buy. >> reporter: the toy industry association forecasts a trend of more toys priced under $50. toys "r" us, target and wal- mart will slug it out over prices. toys for $1and under. -- low cost board kids is the new home entertainment. >>
WTTG
Nov 11, 2009 7:00am EST
a can of beer. >>> lisa nowak pled guilty yesterday. she's accused of pepper spraying colleenshipman back in 2007. shipman had begun dating nowak's love interest who is an astronaut as ell. >>> the lights are flickering back on in brazil after a power loss. a huge dam sudnly went offline and that left millions of people in the darkment problem with the dam affected the bordering country of paraguay. >>> time now is 8:41. if you had the opportunity to speak to world leaders, what would you say? >> one of the fivein withers worldwide is from maryland and we will talk with her next. she's in studio. holly, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. if you had the opportunity to learn from a professional photographer, would you do it? you can this week because it's one of the many things you can do as part of photo week d.c. we're live at the washington school of photography where we have signed up for our own personal workshop. we'll tell you all about it and show you firsthand next. stay tuned. thaiou twoco >>> good morning, everybody. i'm tony perkins. getting ready for the next hour of
WTTG
Nov 25, 2009 5:00am EST
must call now. >> hi, i'm lisa gleave, and i want to see you at our next event. when you order tonight, you'll receive a personal invitation to come hang out with me and the girls at an upcoming benchwarmer party. ♪ >> i'm laura cannon. if you just tuned in, you've already missed the behind-the-scenes footage from the benchwarmer photo shoot. but don't worry, there's still lots more to come here on benchwarmer tv. ♪ >> it's great to have benchwarmer cards, because they're a lot of fun to give to people. i have done so many benchwarmer cards, i honestly can't tell you how many there are. i would say probably around 20. >> well, the shoot today was short and sweet and to the point. did about five different outfits, lots of cute stuff, and, of course, the benchwarmer top. got to love those. >> i'm enjoying my photo shoot today because it's quick, it's all different types of outfits, and, you know, you have like some of the best ranges of clothes here. so, i've been meaning to do the shoot for a very long time now. so it's good now that i'm finally doing benchwarmer. >> collecting trad
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